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The Misadventures of Cpl. Sachs By Harley L. Sachs
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Harley Sachs drifted through college at Indiana University, graduating in the lower half of his class with an English literature major and a fluke German minor. A reluctant draftee into the US Army... More > at the end of the Korean War, Harley Sachs was sure he would never have to serve because of his asthma. Unfit for combat, he was sent to Queer Company for training and escaped service in Korea because he qualified nominally as a German translator. Thus began his Grand Tour in the 17th century manner.< Less
The 1957 Sachs Arctic Expedition By Harley L. Sachs
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With no GI Bill income duing the summer I couldn't afford rent, so set off to hitchhike to North Cape, the northernmmost land in Europe. I had an old Boy Scout backpack, tent, sleeping bag, nesting... More > pots and a pan, and a tiny Lomas gasoline stove. I made the trip on $2 a day, a great adventure through Sweden, Norway, and Finland.< Less
The 1957 Sachs Arctic Expedition By Harley L. Sachs
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With no GI Bill income duing the summer I couldn't afford rent, so set off to hitchhike to North Cape, the northernmmost land in Europe. I had an old Boy Scout backpack, tent, sleeping bag, nesting... More > pots and a pan, and a tiny Lomas gasoline stove. I made the trip on $2 a day, a great adventure through Sweden, Norway, and Finland.< Less
Sach Khand Journal By David Lane
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This is a complete set of volume one of the Sach Khand Journal, the only publication of its kind which explores the history of Radhasoami and its various offshoots.
The Sach Khand Journal of Radhasoami Studies By David Lane
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This unique journal covers the history of the Radhasoami movement as founded by Shiv Dayal Singh in the mid-19th century, with unique articles on the various offshoots that have branched off from its... More > inception. Includes essays on Eckankar, MSIA, MasterPath, and other American based gurus. Also includes special issues on the death of Julian P. Johnson and Soamiji's forgotten guru.< Less
The Mystery Club and the Serial Widow By Harley Sachs
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New resident at the Rose Plaza retirement home admits, when drunk, that she killed all four husbands. But did she?
THE HUNGRY GAMES - IMPROVE YOUR CHOWCABULARY - By Peter Sachs
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Hungry? Are you game? Inside find a compilation of wondrous, fun & challenging word puzzles to test your food knowledge. Today’s menu has word matching puzzles, searches, culinary anagrams... More > & new, innovative morsels that will feed your brain. So, if you think that you know a whole bunch about the world of food, or simply have the appetite to learn more....Play games like: hang the chef seoulfood pasta or opera condimental gastrograms world cheezle one from column A Your first course is ready. Grab a pencil, and dig right in!< Less
BHLunch - ebook By Sarah Sachs
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4 seasons of lunchtime recipes from the sustainability team at Buro Happold. Seasonal, local, gluten free, mostly vegetarian and delish!
Seeing Through My Outside By Karen Sachs
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If you had seen me a few years ago, I would have blended in with everyone else . . . on the outside. I had an active life, a rewarding job, and a loving husband. I thought this was everything I... More > needed and I was content. I believed in God but thought He was high up in the heavens looking down on me. Now, I stick out like a sore thumb on a ventilator. Through my trials, I lost everything I needed that made me content on the outside. I could not face my traumatic past, every day was a struggle, and I did not even want to ponder the future. I knew I would be in a trial for the rest of my life. It would have been easy to spiral downward and give up. However, if you could see through my outside, you would see my heart opened and see that God is there. In the past, I never understood why or how people depended on God. Now I understand. There is no longer much to see on my outside, but there certainly is on my inside. The following story takes you on an extraordinary journey seeing through my outside.< Less